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Monday, August 29, 2016

LISBETH SALANDER

Question Of The Week 8-29-16

If you could be any character in fiction, 
whom would you be?

Blogger Elephant's Child said...
An Entwife.
4:25 AM
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Blogger Tabor said...
Boy, that is a hard one. So many good characters...but mostly male due to our cultural gender bias. Maybe Pis-cine in Life of Pi. Or Harry Potter. For females perhaps Charlotte in Charlotte's Web or Scout in Too Kill a Mockingbird. There are many other secondary characters I am forgetting, I am sure. Cannot possibly select just one!
4:35 AM
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Blogger River said...
I've no idea who I would be but now I have to google Entwife.
4:58 AM
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Blogger Louvregirl said...
'Elinor' in Sense and Sensibility by Jane Austen. She does everything a (good) character should do in a movie....swoon, fall in love, and 'almost' die. She is beautiful and young. (Plus) She 'gets' the 'rich' AND kind Colonel Brandon, eventually! When she is on her deathbed, I would switch to her sister, Marianne. :-)

[I absolutely adore the time period, costumes or clothing, hairstyles and life styles in Jane Austen's time period/novels. (They live in a small cottage on a lake.)] :-)

It was 'Elinor' in S & S, or 'Jo' in Little Women by Louisa May Alcott...(...she gets (from her Aunt) the looming, beautiful old house to teach school in...and, of course, the 'Professor.') ;-)

LOVE this question! Too much to choose from, actually! ;-D
7:37 AM
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Blogger Kailani said...
I can't say that your choice is a bad one! This is one I have to think on, though. hmmmm

Ok,Frances Mayes from 'Under the Tuscan Sun.' :)
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Blogger Arkansas Patti said...
Scarlett O'Hara. It wouldn't hurt to be a knock out and you have to love her resiliency. Also, I really don't think Rhett was actually done with her. He'd be back.
10:26 AM


Blogger Lee said...
Dagny Taggart from "Atlas Shrugged".
8:42 PM

Rob and Monica said...
I really have no idea who I would choose. I would have to give it a lot of thought. I will say that I love that someone chose "entwife". That is a very original idea! (Rob)
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Blogger Lynn said...
Scout from To Kill a Mockingbird, I think.
3:39 PM

Blogger The Happy Whisk said...
Fun to read these answers.
7:23 PM
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Blogger Granny Annie said...
It is fun to read these answers Happy Whisk but we don't know your fictional character nor do we know Rob's or Rivers. I loved them so much especially the Entwife, ruler of all:-)
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11 comments:

  1. Boy, that is a hard one. So many good characters...but mostly male due to our cultural gender bias. Maybe Pis-cine in Life of Pi. Or Harry Potter. For females perhaps Charlotte in Charlotte's Web or Scout in Too Kill a Mockingbird. There are many other secondary characters I am forgetting, I am sure. Cannot possibly select just one!

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  2. I've no idea who I would be but now I have to google Entwife.

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  3. 'Elinor' in Sense and Sensibility by Jane Austen. She does everything a (good) character should do in a movie....swoon, fall in love, and 'almost' die. She is beautiful and young. (Plus) She 'gets' the 'rich' AND kind Colonel Brandon, eventually! When she is on her deathbed, I would switch to her sister, Marianne. :-)

    [I absolutely adore the time period, costumes or clothing, hairstyles and life styles in Jane Austen's time period/novels. (They live in a small cottage on a lake.)] :-)

    It was 'Elinor' in S & S, or 'Jo' in Little Women by Louisa May Alcott...(...she gets (from her Aunt) the looming, beautiful old house to teach school in...and, of course, the 'Professor.') ;-)

    LOVE this question! Too much to choose from, actually! ;-D

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  4. I can't say that your choice is a bad one! This is one I have to think on, though. hmmmm

    Ok,Frances Mayes from 'Under the Tuscan Sun.' :)

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  5. Scarlett O'Hara. It wouldn't hurt to be a knock out and you have to love her resiliency. Also, I really don't think Rhett was actually done with her. He'd be back.

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  6. Dagny Taggart from "Atlas Shrugged".

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  7. I really have no idea who I would choose. I would have to give it a lot of thought. I will say that I love that someone chose "entwife". That is a very original idea! (Rob)

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  8. Scout from To Kill a Mockingbird, I think.

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  9. Fun to read these answers.

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  10. It is fun to read these answers Happy Whisk but we don't know your fictional character nor do we know Rob's or Rivers. I loved them so much especially the Entwife, ruler of all:-)

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